Du showcases smart healthcare solutions
Dubai, October 22, 2013
UAE-based telecom operator du is demonstrating its smart healthcare solutions at Gitex 2013, running till October 24 in Dubai.
Customers can visit the ‘Smart Health’ section at du’s stand to experience futuristic healthcare solutions the company can offer to individuals, government and private healthcare organisations, in line with its theme ‘Happiness – The next real smart idea’.
“Through smart solutions, we aim to add life to life in new, more exciting ways – by making our customers’ world a better, happier place,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du.
“Our healthcare solutions suite demonstrates how our customers can experience healthcare in a more convenient way. These solutions offer our enterprise customers the means to provide comprehensive healthcare services to their employees and dependents, with medical advice no more than just a minute away at all times.”
The services include Hyjiya, an integrated comprehensive personal health records storage portal; and Mobile Doctors Virtual Clinic, which offers guidance and support via managed video to address common, non-emergency issues without having to go to the hospital.
It also includes End to End Health Clinic and Practice Management – Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) and Software as a Service (SaaS), which is a private and public offering called the Virtual Data Centre, which provides a broad range of services that can be delivered and managed from du’s datacentres, and across the telecom’s network. This system provides rich clinical end-to-end functionality for healthcare customers including electronic medical records, billing and electronic health insurance claims processing. - TradeArabia News Service
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